Asset Recovery and FraudFebruary 21, 2020

Dillon Eustace Sponsor the Asset Recovery International Conference

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Dillon Eustace are delighted to sponsor and participate in the Asset Recovery International Conference in Dublin on the 26-28 February. This conference is targeted at fraud litigation specialists, insolvency practitioners and contentious insolvency lawyers from across the globe. The Keynote speaker is Julian Wheatland - Former CFO & COO of Cambridge Analytica - who will speak on "What Happens When Things Go Wrong" - sharing the learnings from CA around the manipulation of voters via Facebook data and the ensuing controversy. Dillon Eustace panel participants will be Peter Bredin and Jamie Ensor.

Dillon Eustace Participation:

Thursday, 27 February 2020, 11:10 - 11:50 - Follow the Money: Reversing Fraudulent Transfers
A fraudster’s ability to move assets across borders in an attempt to conceal their location has become easier due to the increase in international commerce. The panel will look at the ability of an insolvency practitioner to trace and recover such assets to obtain the maximum possible recovery for creditors. Panel Participants; Jamie Ensor - Partner, Insolvency and Corporate Recovery, Dillon Eustace (Ireland), Blair Leahy - Barrister, Twenty Essex (UK) and Barbara Rumora-Scheltema - Partner, NautaDutilh (Netherlands).

Friday, 28 February 2020, 15:25 - 16:10 - Whose fault is it anyway? Directors, Shareholders and Employees in the Firing Line
When a fraud occurs, there are often questions as to who is liable, both to the company and the victims. Jurisdictions differ radically in how they treat liability and attribute knowledge – this panel examines different perspectives. Panel participants; Alexander Vaneev - Partner & Head of Cross-Border Dispute Resolution, BGP Litigation (Russia)
Howard A. Fischer - Partner, Moses & Singer LLP (USA), Peter Bredin - Partner, Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Dillon Eustace (Ireland).

Date: 26-28 February,

Location: Intercontinental Hotel, Dublin.

To learn more or attend this conference click here.